FG-220 DDL

Process: 3D Laser, Laser , Tube

Direct Diode Laser Technology for Tube and Structural Applications

PROCESS: 2D/3D, HYBRID DESIGN

MACHINE DESCRIPTION

The FG-220 DDL machine is designed for rugged performance and precision 3D laser cutting all while utilizing the next generation in laser-cutting technology, direct diode laser (DDL). 

The FG-220 DDL cuts a large range of tube and pipe whether round, square, rectangular and triangular. In addition, the FG-220 DDL can completely process I and H beams, angle iron and additional user defined shapes. The FG-220 DDL features both high precision and great 3D flexibility. 

The FG-220 DDL's has rigid construction with a cast frame and four chuck work support system extends your work envelope. The four chuck system provides greater rigidity in the cut zone allowing for more weight, larger diameters and longer lengths.

The precision 3D cutting capabilities reduces the time for secondary processes such as bending, welding, assembly, etc. The 6-axis laser with automated load/unload functions that handle mill-length pipe and structural materials. The FG-220 DDL can also cut any desired angle for weld prep, plus achieve the highest accuracy for easy fit-up of assemblies. 

Mazak has engineered a proprietary 3D cutting head that maximizes flexibility and the range of movement which expands the range of applications possible with the FG 220 DDL. 

Mazak's exclusive direct diode technology is a breakthrough laser platform that delivers higher performance and reliability over traditional fiber or other solid state laser generation systems. The DDL laser allows for a reduce head effected zone with improve surface quality and faster cutting speeds.  

PERFORMANCE ADVANTAGES

  • Rugged construction with four chuck system 
  • 3D laser-cutting precision reducing secondary processes
  • Proprietary 3D DDL cutting head maximizes flexibility and expands range of applications 
  • Increase energy efficiency and speed with direct diode laser technology 

MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS